From her iconic acting career to her wedding to Prince Rainier III of Monaco, Princess Grace Kelly’s life story is the stuff of fairy tales. Now, you can own a piece of the magic.
The brick colonial home in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia that Kelly grew up in just hit the market – and she’s a stunner. According to the listing, the six-bedroom, four-bath home was built in 1935 by Kelly’s father, Olympic athlete John B. Kelly. Grace Kelly lived in an apartment building nearby before marrying Prince Rainier III of Monaco; Curbed reports the prince proposed to her at her parents’ address.
The listing touts the 4,000 square foot home’s fireplace, clam shelled nooks, and garden, but we imagine it’s the doorway where the Kellys etched their heights over the years that will really entice fans to pay up. In 2012, the home received a historical state marker, according to Philadelphia Magazine.
For obvious reasons, we don’t think the real estate agent should have any trouble finding a buyer. Folks with $1,000,000, or more, place your bids.